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Ronald J Maughan, Susan M Shirreffs
Diet can significantly influence athletic performance, but recent research developments have substantially changed our understanding of sport and exercise nutrition. Athletes adopt various nutritional strategies in training and competition in the pursuit of success. The aim of training is to promote changes in the structure and function of muscle and other tissues by selective modulation of protein synthesis and breakdown in response to the training stimulus. This process is affected by the availability of essential amino acids in the post-exercise period...
February 2012: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11507179/timing-of-postexercise-protein-intake-is-important-for-muscle-hypertrophy-with-resistance-training-in-elderly-humans
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B Esmarck, J L Andersen, S Olsen, E A Richter, M Mizuno, M Kjaer
1. Age-associated loss of skeletal muscle mass and strength can partly be counteracted by resistance training, causing a net synthesis of muscular proteins. Protein synthesis is influenced synergistically by postexercise amino acid supplementation, but the importance of the timing of protein intake remains unresolved. 2. The study investigated the importance of immediate (P0) or delayed (P2) intake of an oral protein supplement upon muscle hypertrophy and strength over a period of resistance training in elderly males...
August 15, 2001: Journal of Physiology
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